Are you interested in learning about...
- What it takes to forge a successful career as a female professional in high-pressure environments?
- Working with clients in the fast-growing markets of Asia (China, India, Thailand, Malaysia) and across Africa, Latin America and the Middle East?
- Helping U.S. companies expand internationally?
- Managing a global team?
- Designing and managing global marketing campaigns?
- Balancing a global career with a fulfilling personal life?
We invite you to join us at the 2019 Women in Global Careers Roundtable for engaging discussions and networking opportunities with executives from around the world. These accomplished women represent a range of backgrounds and industries, and all have experience in international and multinational work.
This event will provide you the opportunity to have engaging discussions regarding industry, positions and guidance on how women can excel in their chosen fields and the global arena. Industries to be covered include consumer products, financial and tax services, earth sciences, industrial security services, international trade, and risk and crisis management. Roles include finance and accounting, HR, IT, marketing, research, strategy, consulting, sustainability and more.
Attendees will come away from the event armed with useful tips and empowered to pursue a global career!
Early registration increases your chances of being placed at a table with the executives you would most like to meet!
Stacie Nevadomski Berdan, International Careers Expert and Award-Winning Author of How to Succeed in the Global Marketplace
Featured Global Mentors
Margaret Block, Specification Program Manager, Lutron Electronics
Danelle DiLibero, Vice President of People & Culture, Anova
Whitney Foard Small, Senior Associate, CS&A International
Melissa Hall, Senior Vice President, Assurant
Robyn Kessler, Executive Director of Middle East and Africa Regions, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce
Melissa Kopolow McCall, Global Director for Policy, AB Inbev
Maahin Qureshi, Credit Manager, Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation
Leslie Ruppert, Supervisory Research Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey
About the Rountable Series
Roundtables hosted by the GW School of Business are designed to provide students the chance to go deeper in discussion with alumni, members of the board of advisors, employers, and industry leaders beyond a simple networking/meet-and-greet event. It is a chance for both discussion leaders and students to learn about each other outside a classroom setting. We've seen several students obtain internships and jobs from discussion leaders at these events. Many have continued mentoring conversations long after the event is over.
The events consist of one hour of a happy hour-like informal networking reception, one hour of roundtable discussion, and one hour of plenary debrief and final networking. The suggested attire is full-business-dress. In the weeks leading up to the event, registered students are given discussion questions and are assigned to a particular discussion leader. Students are asked to research and reflect on the questions before the event and to bring talking points to the event itself.